Contributed by sean on from the an encrypted swap isn't going far enough off the deep end dept.
A walkthrough and howto of how OpenBSD 3.6 was used to create an encrypted Samba server, including a web interface to manage BitTorrent collections, using the 3.6 package collection and the TorrentFlux-interface.
From the website "This is a fully-encrypted (samba)fileserver, which means that all the data thatís on there, actually canít be found physically on the server :-) To be more precise, the data you copy to the server gets encrypted and the data you read from it gets decrypted, all on-the-flyÖ"
The write up and how-to is found at Making an encrypted fileserver.
I've only used the vnd devices for mounting and testing media images so this is a particularly interesting use for this flexible pseduo-device.
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